Lab Meetings

In Spring 2022, lab meetings are held Tuesdays at 9am (Pacific time).  We are currently meeting on zoom, but this may change to the Linguitics Conference Room or a hybrid format later on. Please email emkaiser AT for the zoom link.

Spring 2022 lab meeting schedule

Tue Jan 11 Organizational meeting

Tue Jan 25

Navigating the Conference Landscape

Tue Feb 1

Jesse Storbeck: Investigating processing of possession relations with web-based eye-tracking

Tue Feb 8

 No meeting

Tue Feb 15

Adam Woodnutt: Singular Definite Generics and Kinds

Tue Feb 22

Short presentations: Muxuan He on "Real-world knowledge and processing negation" and Hailin Hao on "Effects of Plausibility in Agreement Attraction"

Tue March 1

Ian Rigby: Effects of Sound Symbolism on Facial Categorization

Tue March 8

Silvia Kim: Pronoun use in English-Korean Code-switching

Tue March 15

Spring break

Tue March 22

HSP2022 at UCSC this week
Mon April 11 Brian Dillon (UMass Amherst): Constraining pronominal reference in real-time (3.30pm Monday, Linguistics Dept Colloquium)

Tue April 12

Jina Song: Real-time processing of multiple pronouns (start time: 9.30am)

Tue April 19

Jun Lyu: Logophority and reflexive resolution in Mandarin

Tue April 28



Fall 2021 lab meeting schedule

Tues Aug 23 organizational meeting

Tues Aug 31

AMLaP practice presentations

Tues Sept 7

 (no meeting)

Tues Sept 14

Zuzanna Fuchs: Quantifying the effort of listening in your non-dominant language: A Dual Task approach

Tues Sept 21

Cindy Chiang:  Uh what did you say? Children’s parsing preferences are altered by experience with disfluent sentences (practice talk for BUCLD)

Tues Sept 28

Jesse Storbeck: Web-based eye-tracking with PCIbex: A brief tutorial and example

Tues Oct 5

Ian Rigby: Effects of sound symbolism on visual categorization

Tues Oct 12

Jina Song: Effects of topicality on pronoun interpretation

Tues Oct 19

Jun Lyu: Syntactic prominence and the blocking effect in Mandarin Chinese (NELS practice talk)

Tues Oct 26

Muxuan He: The Syntax-semantics Interface in L2 acquisition: The Scope of Negation in Tagalog-Chinese Interlanguage Grammars
Tuers Nov 2

Tues Nov 9

Silvia Kim Testing coherence relations with different types of pronouns in Spanish

Tues Nov 16

Sarah Lee:Online processing of the dynamicity of transfer events: A visual-world eye-tracking study

Tues Nov 23

 (Thanksgiving week)

Tues Nov 30




Fall 2020 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Aug 20 organizational meeting

Thurs Aug 27

AMLaP practice presentations

Thurs Sept 3

No lab meeting (so that we can go AMLaP online Thurs-Sat, freely accessible here as well as Sinn und Bedeutung Tue-Sat, freely accessible here)

Thurs Sept 10

Jesse Storbeck: Discourse behavior of possessives reflects the importance of interpersonal relationships (practice talk for Experiments in Linguistic Meaning)

Thurs Sept 17

No lab meeting (so that we can go to the ELM conference) (registration is free)

Thurs Sept 24

Cindy Chiang: Going against verb bias: Toddlers shift parsing strategies when encountering disfluencies (practice talk for BU)

Thurs Oct 1

Jun Lyu: Assessing Kuno's two empathy hierarchies: A case study of the Chinese reflexive 'ziji'

Thurs Oct 8

Reading group: Discussion of Brysbaert (2019) on power analyses and sample size

Thurs Oct 15

Jina Song: Forward-looking effects in English pronoun interpretation

Thurs Oct 22

 no lab meeting today
Thurs Oct 29

Ian Rigby: Processing of Sound Symbolic Associations

Thurs Nov 5

Silvia Kim: Mental representation of null pronouns by Spanish speakers

Thurs Nov 12

Online "Cycle Linguists" talk by Daphna Heller and Sarah Brown-Schmidt (see slack channel for details, pre-registration required) 9am California time

Thurs Nov 19

Jesse Storbeck and Elsi Kaiser: Webgazer / online eyetracking


Spring 2020 lab meeting schedule

Tue Jan 21 Academic professionalization (CVs and websites) + Cindy Chiang: Examining impacts of filled pauses on children’s parses of dative alternations

Tue Jan 28

Jun Lyu: Online resolution of anaphoric and cataphoric dependencies in English weak crossover

Tue Feb 4

Chloe Gfeller: Metrical expectations in speech perception

Tue Feb 11

Betul Erbasi: Familiarity as a guide to understanding contraction in German

Tue Feb 18

Ana Besserman: Existential and Anaphoric implicit objects in comprehension: effects of context-dependency

Tue Feb 25

Ian Rigby: Information Theoretic Constraints in English Name Blending

Tue March 3

Sung Hah Hwang: Prosody in Siri-directed Speech

Tue March 10

pre-CUNY meeting

Tue March 17

Spring break, no meeting

Tue March 24

Open House extravaganza
Tue March 31

Silvia Kim: Korean null pronoun interpretation by L2 learners

Tue April 7

Jina Song:  L2 Acquisition of scrambling in Korean

Tue April 14

Daniel Plesniak: Correlations of judgements in binding constructions

Tue April 21

 Jesse Storbeck (to be confirmed): Effects of representational complexity and perspective taking in possessive processing

Tue April 28

Sarah Lee: The successful transfer inference in transfer-of-possession events: aspectual, lexical semantic, and syntactic cues


Fall 2019 lab meeting schedule

Tue Aug 27 organization meeting + Silvia Kim: English-Korean Code-switching:
Looking Beyond Balanced Bilinguals and Beyond Indo-European (practice talk for AMLaP)

Tue Sept 3

No meeting

Tue Sept 10

Jun Lyu: Recency or locality: A story of two Chinese reflexives

Tue Sept 17

Jina Song: Effects of coherence relations on the interpretation of Korean null pronouns(practice talk for DETEC)

Tue Sept 24

Cindy Chiang: Examining the effects of disfluencies on verb bias

Tue Oct 1

Helen Lu: Visual rule learning: The connection between human action and speech

Tue Oct  8

Silvia Kim: L2 Korean Null Pronoun Interpretation by Spanish Speakers

Tue Oct 15

Jesse Storbeck: Discourse-level interpretation of possessed nouns

Tue Oct 22

Mary Byram Washburn: An alternative time course for focus

Tue Oct 29

Ian Rigby: Linguistic and Psychological Constraints in the Formation of Name Blends
Tue Nov 5

Elsi out of town

Tue Nov 12

Ana Besserman: Processing existential and anaphoric implicit objects in Brazilian Portuguese

Tue Nov 19

Sarah Lee: Tracking object state change in activity events: Topicality, tense/aspect, and other factors

Tue Nov 26

Jina Song: L2 acquisition of scrambling in Korean


Spring 2019 lab meeting schedule

Tue Jan 8 organizational meeting

Thurs Jan 10 (note special time and place: 12noon, VPD LL101 Lower level)

Judy Kroll, UC Riverside: Consequences of bilingualism for mind, brain, and society 12-1.30pm in VPD LL101 (Dauterive Hall)

Tue Jan 15

Website creation and management

Tue Jan 22

Cindy Chiang: Learning ambicategorical words

Tue Jan 29

Daniel Plesniak: Correlations of judgements in pronominal binding and quantifier scope

Tue Feb 5

 CV workshop

Tue Feb 12

Jesse Storbeck: Discourse-level processing of possessive constructions

Tue Feb 19

no lab meeting

Tue Feb 26

Open House Extravaganza

Tue March 5

Jina Song: Parsing and Interpretation of Null pronouns in Korean
Tue March 12

Spring Break

Mon March 18, 1-2pm GFS 212

(note special time, location)

Binh Ngo: Implicit causality: A comparison of English and Vietnamese verbs (practice talk for the Penn Linguistics Conference)

Tue March 26

 CUNY preparations

Tue April 2

Silvia Kim: Spanish in contact with Korean: New insights into language switching

Mon April 8, 3.30pm (note special date and time)

Linguistics department colloquium talk by Ming Xiang, U Chicago

Tue April 9

Yijing Lu and Cindy Chiang: Effect of discourse status on representational complexity and structural integration

Tue April 16

no lab meeting

Tue April 23

Angela Xiaohue He:  Linguistic context in verb learning: less is sometimes more

Additional meeting late April/early May (date TBA)

Binh Ngo: Investigating effects of age cues on pronominal expressions during real-time processing

 To be scheduled: Betul Erbasi: Uniqueness in possession


Fall 2018 lab meeting schedule

Wed Aug 29 AMLAP practice presentations by Ana Besserman and Sarah Lee

Wed Sept 5


Wed Sept 12

Jesse Storbeck: ggplot workshop (script here)

Wed Sept 19

Cindy Chiang and Yijing Lu: Representational complexity and locality effects in long-distance dependencies

Wed Sept 26

Brooke Kidner: Belching as a speech object: Examining idiolects from pop culture

Wed Oct 3

no lab meeting this week

Wed Oct 10

Madhumanti Datta: The interaction of distributional and semantic information in learning verb alternation patterns - A novel verb learning study

Wed Oct 17

Haley Farkas: Quantification and visual event segmentation

Wed Oct 24

Angela Xiaoxue He: Sleep consolidates syntactically-derived verb meanings in 2-year-olds (Practice talk for BUCLD, Boston Conference on Language Development)
Wed Oct 31

no lab meeting this week

Wed Nov 7

Ana Besserman: Context effects on implicit objects' discourse status

Wed Nov 14

Silvia Kim: Korean/English code-switching by heritage speakers

Wed Nov 21

Thanksgiving break (no lab meeting)

Wed Nov 28

Jina Song: Salience effects on pro interpretation in Korean

Dec 1-2, 2018

 The 2nd Annual California Meeting on Psycholinguistics (CAMP)


Spring 2018 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Jan 18 Stephanie Shih: Cross-linguistic sound-meaning correspondences in the Pokémon universe

Thurs Jan 25

Monica Do and Binh Ngo: What’s in a word? Investigating the role of perceptual salience in classifier choice

Thurs Feb 1

Haley Farkas: Acquisition of verbal comparatives

Thurs Feb 8


Thurs Feb 15

Catherine Wang: Fact or opinion? Interpreting subjective adjectives in news discourse (practice talk for TULCon)

Thurs Feb 22

organizational meeting

Wed Feb 28, 3.30pm

Open House Lab Research Event

Thurs March 1


Thurs March 8

CUNY preparations
Thurs March 15

Spring Break, CUNY

Thurs March 22

Sarah Lee: Interpreting entailed and implied results: An online investigation of verb meaning and pragmatics

Thurs March 29

Jesse Storbeck:Acquisition of probabilistic non-adjacent dependencies in an artificial grammar

Thurs April 5

Elsi Kaiser: TBA

Thurs April 12

Ana Besserman: Comprehension, accessibility and referential persistence: the discourse status of existential implicit arguments

Thurs April 19

Monica Do: Psych verbs amaze Monica: How the conceptual structure of psych verbs influences production planning

Thurs April 26

no lab meeting

Thurs May 3

Madhumanti Datta, Betul Erbasi and Sarah LeeBridging References from Events and Entities in online Sentence Comprehension



The first CAlifornia Meeting on Psycholinguistics (CAMP) meeting took place at UCLA Dec 2-3, 2017.

Fall 2017 lab meeting schedule

Wed Aug 28 Welcome back! Organizational meeting, announcements

Wed Aug 30

Ana Besserman: Implicit Arguments and Discourse

Wed Sept 6

No lab meeting (some lab members will be at AMLAP)

Wed Sept 13

No lab meeting (to avoid conflict with CER event on NSF grant writing)

Monday Sept 18, 3.30pm (Note special date and time)

Vic Ferreira, UCSD, departmental colloquium

Wed Sept 20

no lab meeting

Wed Sept 27

Andreas Brocher (University of Cologne, Germany): Two processes affect referent introduction in discourse: concept activation and referent activation

Wed Oct 4

no lab meeting
Wed Oct 11

Monica Do: Locating verb complexity in production

Wed Oct 18

Betul Erbasi: Defining Familiarity in Turkish DPs

Wed Oct 25

Jesse Storbeck: Constraints on possessive pronoun resolution in VP ellipsis

Wed Nov 1

Miran Oh: Sub-syllable domain of corrective focus in Korean

Wed Nov 8

Sarah Lee: Semantic cues and prediction in comprehension of events: 'Are you telling me there's an end to this?'

Monday Nov 13, 2.30-4pm, VKC 201 [note special date/time and location]

Jesse Harris and Stephanie Rich (UCLA):Predicted analyses linger: The case for structural prediction with either-or structures

Wed Nov 15

no lab meeting

Wed Nov 22


Thanksgiving Break


Wed Nov 29

Alexis Wellwood: Individuating and comparing objects and events

Dec 2-3

CAlifornia Meeting on Psycholinguistics (CAMP) at UCLA



Spring 2017 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Jan 26 Monica Do: Syntactic Satiation and Syntactic Priming: Two sides of the same coin?

Thurs Feb 2

Stefan Keine: Tutorial on analyzing self-paced reading data using R

Mon Feb 6 (Linguistics Colloquium, 3.30pm)

Matt Wagers (UC Santa Cruz): Competition among pronouns in Chamorro grammar and Chamorro sentence processing

Thurs Feb 9

Lindy Comstock (UCLA): Morphological priming in Russian

Thurs Feb 16

Binh Ngo: Kinship features in Vietnamese pronoun resolution

Thurs Feb 23

no lab meeting

Thurs March 2

Jesse Storbeck: Acquisition of non-adjacent categorical dependencies in an artificial grammar
Thurs March 9

Mini poster session! (special time: 4-5pm)

Thurs March 16

Spring Break

Thurs March 23

no lab meeting

Thurs March 30

CUNY Conference (at MIT), no lab meeting

Thurs April 6

Stefan Keine: Diagnosing constraints through inter-speaker variability

Thurs April 13

Monica Do: How are Questions Made? The Sequel: A Production Study of Wh-Questions

Thurs April 20

no lab meeting

Thurs April 27

Ana Besserman: Implicit Arguments and Discourse



Fall 2016 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Sept 15, 2pm (conf room)

Bhamati Dash: Dependency effects with an impoverished cue: An experimental study of wh-scope marking constructions in Hindi

Thurs Sept 22, 2pm (read room)

Hayeun Jang: /o/-stems as faster late-starters in decay of Korean vowel harmony: An experimental investigation

Thurs Sept 29

[[no lab meeting]]

Thurs Oct 6, 3.30pm, GFS 217 (special location)

 Eva Wittenberg (UCSD): That’s not it: What pronouns can tell us about objects and events

Thurs Oct 13, 3.30pm (conf room)

Samantha Gordon Danner: Investigating Task Dependence in Vocal Tract and Manual Gesture Coordination

Thurs Oct 20 (read room)


Monday Oct 24 (conf room), 4pm (special time and date)

Ida Toivonen (Carleton University): Distance distributivity and indefinites in English and Swedish [Joint Event with Syntax+]

Thurs Oct 27, 2pm (conf room)

Jesse Storbeck: Gender's effect on sloppy identity interpretations in VP ellipsis

Thurs Nov 3, 3.30pm (conf room)

Ana Besserman: Expectations about transitivity in First and Second languages

Thurs Nov 10, 2pm (read room)

Binh Ngo: Referential forms in narratives: Pear Stories in Vietnamese

Monday Nov 14, 3.30pm

Departmental colloquium, Sarah Brown-Schmidt (Vanderbilt Univ)

Thurs Nov 17 (read room)


Thurs Nov 24

[[no lab meeting, Thanksgiving break!]]

Thurs Dec 1, 3.30pm (conf room)

Monica Do: How are Questions Made? A Production Study of Wh-Questions




Spring 2016 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Feb 4

Meeting to discuss mixed-effects modelling (R/lmer)

Monday Feb 8

Mary Byram Washburn: Early and Late Processing of Focus

Thurs Feb 18

Priyanka Biswas: How many are 'many'?

Mon Feb 22

Elsi Kaiser: Investigating the cognitive and linguistic representation of causality: Evidence from language production (CUNY workshop practice talk)

Mon Feb 29

Maury Lander-Portnoy: The role of auditory streaming in speech perception in noise

Mon March 7 (Dept Colloq, 3.30-5pm)

Departmental colloquium talk by Jon Sprouse (Uconn)

Thurs March 10

Ana BessermanUse of discourse cues during garden-path resolution is modulated by verb argument structure

Mon March 21

[[no lab meeting]]

Thurs March 31

Samantha Gordon: Coordination and lag in manual and vocal tract gesture

Mon April 4 [NEW DATE]

Chorong Kang: Different types of QPs, different sensitivity to prosody

Thurs April 7

[[no lab meeting]]

Mon April 11

Binh Ngo: Pronoun interpretations in Vietnamese

Thursday April 21

Johanna Klages (University of Göttingen, Germany): About the Implicit Content of Agent-Evocator Verbs: Are We Dealing with a Presupposition? (Or possibly: On Some Cues for Perspective Shift in German and English)

Mon April 25 (special location, room to be announced)

[Joint talk with Syntax+] Sanghoun Song and Eunjeong Oh (Incheon National University and Sangmyung University): What Happened in the Last 24 Years: Acceptability Judgments on Korean Generative Grammar Circle Data



Fall 2014 lab meeting schedule

(To be announced: Practice conference talks by Emily Fedele and Ana Besserman)

Thurs Sept 25

Samantha Gordon: Positioning English Derivational Affixes in the Lexicon

Thurs Oct 2

Chorong Kang: When movement and prosody cannot communicate with LF

Thurs Oct 9

Monica Do: We’ve Only Skimmed the Surface: Spanish Speakers' Acquisition of English Subject-Verb Inversion

Monday Oct 13, 3.30-5pm **special date and time**

Emily Fedele: "Resolving Null and Overt Pronouns in Italian: An Experimental Investigation of Syntax-Semantic Interactions" (practice talk for Texas Linguistics Society).

Ana Besserman: "There was...something new! Discourse-based Predictions During Language Comprehension" (practice talk for  American Pragmatics Association conference).

Thurs Oct 23

Binh Ngo: Influence of Context on Numeral Classifier Choice

Thurs Nov 13

Elsi Kaiser: Causal Relations in Language Influence Perception of Causality in Visual Stimuli

Thurs Nov 20

Iris Ouyang: Prosody cues for corrective focus: What happens when an understandable misbelief meets an implausible fact?

Thurs Dec 4


Monday Dec 8 (3.30pm, special time, location TBA)

Departmental colloq by Lyn Frazier (UMass)

 (To be scheduled: Andrés Benítez Pozo: Does Entraining to Visual Stimuli Enhance Speech Perception?)

Spring 2013 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Jan 24 Mary Byram Washburn : Focus Inhibits Free Associates: An investigation using mouse-tracking
Wed Feb 6 Dasha Henderer : Effect of Articulatory Rhyme on Performance in a Rhyme Judgment Task
Fri Feb 22 (2.30pm)
[special day & time]
Betty Birner (Linguistics/Cognitive Science, Northern Illinois Univ):  How is Inversion Like an Allophone? Complementary Distribution and Noncanonical Word Order.
Wed Feb 27 Susan Geffen: When and how babies distinguish between statements and questions
Monday March 11 (10am)
[special day & time]
Mary Byram Washburn: Investigations into the Meaning of Focus (practice talk)
Thurs March 14 Emily Fedele: Looking back and looking forward: Anaphora and cataphora in Italian (practice talk for Penn Linguistics Colloquium)
Wed March 27 Iris Ouyang: Informativity and phonetic reduction
Thurs April 11 Boutaina Cherqaoui: Story-telling in Moroccan Arabic: Speakers’ Referential Choices in Narratives
Wed April 24 Arunima Choudhury: (title TBA)

Fall 2012 lab meeting schedule

Thurs Oct 5 Jesse Harris (Pomona College) : Tutorial on Amazon Mechanical Turk
Thurs Oct 11 David Li: The role of speech rate and articulation in lexical ambiguity resolution. (practice talk for Mental Lexicon)
Fri Oct 19 Emily Fedele: Cross-linguistic priming of anaphoric dependencies in Italian-English bilinguals
Fri Nov 9 Mythili Menon: Structural Integration Priming from Music to Language
Thurs Nov 15 Lucy Kim: The relationship between language and memory
Fri Nov 30 Arunima Choudhury: Focus, Word-Order and Prosody in Hindi

Spring 2012 lab meeting schedule

(special time)
Tue Jan 3
Practice talks for the Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting: Arunima Choudhury: Prosodic focus in Bangla: A psycholinguistic investigation of production and perception

Iris Chuoying Ouyang: Focus-marking in a tone language: Prosodic cues in Mandarin Chinese

Ed Holsinger: An eye-tracking investigation of contextual bias on idiom processing
Wed Jan 15 Organizational meeting, discussion of abstract writing
(bonus talk)
Tue Feb 14
Ellen Bialystok (York University, Canada): Reshaping the Mind: The Benefits of Bilingualism

NOTE: Talk starts at 10 am, takes place in EEB248
Wed Feb 15 Elsi Kaiser: Exploring the Lexical and Acoustic Consequences of Referential Predictability
>Wed Feb 29 David Li: Investigating effects of speech rate and gestural representations on the perception of coronal place assimilation
Wed March 7 Emily Fedele: Reference resolution in Romance: Interpretation of null and overt pronouns in Italian
Wed March 21 Grace Livingstone: Pronoun interpretation after speech errors: Dealing with imperfect input
Wed March 28 Xin Zhao: How different levels of syntactic flexibility influence language production in Mandarin Chinese
Wed April 4 Hao Wang: On the acquisition of functional categories
Wed April 18 Xiao He: Perspective taking and the Chinese reflexive 'ziji'

Possible additional meetings still to be scheduled for Spring 2012.

"Language Acquisition" Talk series (hosted by the Psychology Dept)

2/22 Wed 12-2pm Scott Johnson (UCLA): A neoconstructivist view of infant object perception, KAP 141

4/5 Thu 12-2pm Sarah Creel (UCSD): Who hears a Who? Recognizing talkers and processing language across development, SGM 414

4/19 Thu 12-2pm David Moore (Pitzer College): Mental Rotation of 3D objects in early infancy, VKC 258

Please contact Hao Wang for details (billhao AT gmail DOT com). All events are held at 12 – 2pm with one hour of talk and one hour of student discussion. Food and drink will be provided.


Spring 2011 lab meeting schedule

Wed Jan 19 Mary Byram: Focus and set type in a lexical decision task
Wed Feb 2 Lucy Kim: The interpretation of the Korean topic marker –(n)un in discourse continuation
Wed Feb 16 Chuo-Ying Ou-Yang: Prosodic Cues for Information Types in Mandarin
Wed March 9 Ellen O'Connor: Failing to miss negation in grammatical illusions
Wed March 30 Stephanie Yu-chi Huang: Semantic flexibility in message formulation during online production (CLS practice talk) Post-CUNY poster discussion
Wed April 6 Priyanka Biswas: On reference resolution of distal demonstratives and anaphoric pronouns in Bangla
Wed April 13 [no lab meeting]
Wed April 20 Sofiana Chiriacescu: Stability of reference, discourse prominence and pe-marking in Romanian
Wed April 27 Elsi Kaiser: Effects of discourse structure on the comprehension and production of referring expressions



Fall 2010 lab meeting schedule

>Tue Aug 31 organizational meeting, welcome back!
Tue Sept 14 Lucy Kim: Korean L2 speakers' phonological representation of the English /l/-/r/ contrast (practice talk for J/K)
Tue Sept 28 Yin Bin: Chinese Speakers’ Acquisition of Telicity in English (practice talk for SLRF)
Tue Oct 12 Stephanie Yu-chi Huang: Flexibility in language production
Tue Oct 19 Xiao He: Person-feature based blocking
and the Chinese reflexive ziji
(practice talk for MLS)
Tue Oct 26 Ed Holsinger: Seeing the forest and the trees: an eye-tracking investigation of the time-course of idiom activation in biased and unbiased contexts
Tue Nov 9 David Li: Spoken word recognition and rate: An investigation of lexical access with insights from Articulatory Phonology
Tue Nov 16 Heui-Joo Jeoung: Processing of word order in Korean
Tue Nov 23 Arunima Choudhury: Perception of Focus Types: New-information Focus vs. Contrastive Focus in Bangla
Tue Nov 30 Canan Ipek: Phonetic realization of focus in Turkish

Joint meeting with Syntax+ on Monday Sept 27, 3pm: Practice talks for RALFe 2010 by Katy McKinney-Bock (Eyeing the syntax-semantics interface: Investigating differences between dimension and color adjectives) and Ellen O'Connor Mohun ( A Clausal Analysis of Dari and Tajik Phrasal Comparatives)

To be scheduled: Eyetracking python script demo by Ed Holsinger

Spring 2010 lab meeting schedule

Wed Jan 20
Organizational meeting, welcome back!
Mon Feb 1
Mary Byram
The Effect of Length and Focus on the English Dative Alternation: In need of some second opinions.
Wed Feb 17
Susan Geffen
Can infants discriminate between declaratives and questions using prosodic cues?
Mon March 1
Sam Tilsen
Biasing the resolution of semantic ambiguity with transcranial magnetic stimulation of primary motor cortex
Wed March 24
Barbara Tomaszewicz
The Processing of Majority Quantifiers
Mon March 29
Hao Wang
Frequent frames in languages with rich morphology: analyses of German and Turkish
Wed April 14
Stephanie Huang
Ba or Bei: Factors that affect Mandarin Speakers' choice of sentence type during language production
Mon April 26
Yin Bin
Chinese Speakers' Interpretation of Telicity in English